Can you write a short review about Diet Doctor?

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To empower people everywhere to revolutionize their health, it’s essential to ensure that Diet Doctor is a trustworthy company. If you could leave an honest review about your experience with us (be it good or bad), that would help us a lot.

If you want to help, please do the following (takes about 1-5 minutes):

  1. Click this link to Trustpilot.
  2. Click “Review company”, and rate us by clicking the stars (5 = best, 1 = worst).
  3. Write a short review and give it a title.
  4. Post the review and verify yourself through Facebook, Google or email*.

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Thank you for your time, I really appreciate it.

Andreas Eenfeldt, MD

7 comments

  1. Steve Parker, M.D.
    Just wrote and five-star review and glad to do it.
    Keep up the great work!
  2. Kitty
    Happy to review. Keep up the good work.
  3. Cindy
    Well I will admit I was 5 ft 2 inch and 225 lbs on July 2 of this year and we drove from Nova Scotia Canada to Toronto to visit my sister , My luck we were in the middle of a heat wave but my sister thought it would be a perfect day to hike across Toronto Island , All I will say is it was a crazy busy day on Toronto island and not a bit of shade to be found . on our way back from the other side of Toronto island I swear I was going to die ! At that moment my first thought was wow I am totally out of shape And that’s when my life changed ! I had heard of keto but did not understand it , I first gave up bread ,potato,rice and pasta , I started doing research and found the diet doctor web site all of a sudden keto made since and diet doctor made it so easy, I’m now down 55 lbs at 170 and my husband is down 70 pounds and his blood sugars went from a 14.5 average to. a 7. average , I do tease my sister that the day she tried to kill me on Toronto island is the day that changed my life but to be honest I could not have done it with out Diet Doctor , Thanks for making it such a natural way of eating for me , I recommend this site to all my friends and family and my husband and I are proof it works .
  4. Kathy
    Done! Obviously 5 stars it deserves.
    Thank you team again for providing such a fabulous informative website
    I still pinch myself daily for the success I have had in following this lifestyle
    For the first time ever I am looking forward to Christmas knowing that I can really enjoy great food without piling on the pounds! Not just that but the mental stability this diet lifestyle provides. No more sugar fuelled mood swings
    Keep it coming team
    Happy Christmas to you all.
  5. Dilski
    Just added a 5 Star review. Thank you for all your efforts and I will continue to be a paying member. You helped me so much.
  6. Elizabeth
    I gave it a 3 star. I love the website but after reading and viewing almost everything on the site i see there are conflicting views. The one that bothers me the most is that on keto we are told that we don't count calories but there are a couple of interviews with doctors who say yes up to a point we don't count calories. Dr Atkins nurse also says that we may be eating too much fat. I would like a the creators of this website to regularly check what is being put out there and give a synthesis. I feel I am left to figure it out, which I cannot do.
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  7. Frode
    Conflicting views. I understand that you feel it this way. But being told not to count calories doesn't mean that calories don't count. Weight and calories and what calories is a very complex subject. I don't think anyone has the full understanding. What is right for you may not be equally right for every other person. We are individuals, and we have different goals with what and how we eat. Being in ketosis may not be the right thing for everyone, and if you are, why are you? Is it for loosing weight, for mental clarity, healt issues? I feel that most people could benefit more from a "right carb right fat" approach. It is easier to manage in the long run. But it is possible to change back an forth. When you are changing from a diet with carbs like potatoes, rice, bread, pasta, fruits to a diet where fat is the main fuel, I believe that calories in its self don't count. What counts is WHERE you get the calories from. To transition to a fat burning body, you need to tell your body to burn fat, not carbs. Cut all the wrong carbs, but don't count the calories you eat. The reason is that foods with only right carbs contain very low amounts of total carbs and as such total calories, even if you eat these carbs until you are full. By eating a fairly high dose of right fats and protein and a moderate amount of right carbs, you tell your body that "fat is my fuel". Remember to eat until you are full, NOT until you can not eat any more. LCHF is NOT about feasting. In some few weeks with only eating right, your body is conditioned and mainly burns fat for fuel. Then, cutting down the fat intake will make your body target your stored fuel for energy, ie your fat tissues, rather than the fat you eat. You cut down on the calories from fat, you continue to have focus on only right carbs, you eat less calories, but that does not mean you have to count the calories you eat. If you during this process also go into intermittent fasting, I believe you will benefit even more from a "right food" diet. What fats to eat and what fat to stay away from will also help reaching ones goals. A calorie is not a calorie, and a nut is not a nut.

    I gave it a 3 star. I love the website but after reading and viewing almost everything on the site i see there are conflicting views. The one that bothers me the most is that on keto we are told that we don't count calories but there are a couple of interviews with doctors who say yes up to a point we don't count calories. Dr Atkins nurse also says that we may be eating too much fat. I would like a the creators of this website to regularly check what is being put out there and give a synthesis. I feel I am left to figure it out, which I cannot do.

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